Life behind the lens at ITV Studios.
Our UK labels create and produce shows for ITV, BBC, Channel 4, Sky, Netflix and many others. You could be working with any of our labels based around the country, including So Television, Potato, Multistory Media, The Garden, Twofour, World Productions, Mammoth Screen and others.
What’s consistent across all of them is that they have a range of brilliant shows to work on with a host of exciting and rewarding careers for both in-house staff and our vibrant community of freelancers.
Scroll down to find out more about each label, the sorts of shows they make and the sorts of roles they hire for.
Find out more about 5 Acts Productions
5 Acts Productions
Based in Cardiff, 5 Acts Productions is led by David P. Davis as Creative Director. It focuses on producing diverse drama for the domestic and international markets, collaborating with writers and directors on their passion projects that might have been overlooked or misunderstood elsewhere; championing diversity in the purest sense of the word. Before launching 5 Acts, Davis executive produced the critically-acclaimed HBO and BBC drama, Industry.
Find out more about 12 Yard Productions
12 Yard Productions
12 Yard Productions, an ITV Studios owned indie, is one of the UK’s most successful entertainment format creators. Shows include PopMaster, the music quiz for More4, the much loved long-running Eggheads on Channel 5, and innovative comedy panel show I’ll Get This for BBC Two. Other programmes produced are The Cabins for ITV2, reality series Coach Trip, and spin-off Ghost Trip, for E4, the inventive Comedians Giving Lectures for Dave, and ITV’s international hit Big Star's Little Star. 12 Yard also co-produces Catchpoint and Unbeatable for BBC One, alongside Puzzling for Channel 5. The company has offices in London and Glasgow.Find out more
Find out more about Big Talk Studios
Big Talk Studios
Big Talk Studios is one of the world's leading producers of Scripted Entertainment. Led by Chief Executive, Kenton Allen, it has an unparalleled reputation for producing genre-defining British comedy and tonally distinctive, character-driven international drama. With a proud history spanning three decades, Big Talk continues to work with a range of broadcasters and talent, both domestically and internationally, to deliver unrivalled scripted content of all shapes and sizes. Building its name with the BAFTA award-winning comedies ‘Rev’ and ‘Him & Her’ recent successes include Stephen Merchant’s BBC / Amazon series ‘The Outlaws’, the period comedy dramatisation of the story of infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, starring Noel Fielding for Apple TV+ and ‘Dinner With The Parents’, the US version of Big Talk’s ‘Friday Night Dinner’ a co-production with CBS Studios for Amazon Freevee.
Big Talk is delighted to be recognised as one of the leading television companies in the UK, with multiple awards across our shows from BAFTA, Rose D’Or, Royal Television Society, Edinburgh TV Awards, Broadcasting Press Guild, Writers Guild Awards and Broadcast Awards to name a few. The company has also been honoured with ‘Production Company of the Year’ in 2018 and is repeatedly named as one of Broadcast’s “Best Places to Work in TV".Find out more
Find out more about Boom
Boom is one of Wales’s largest production groups employing almost 230 staff. Established in 1994, we are a trusted, multi-genre company producing over 400 hours of content annually for S4C, BBC, ITV, C4, C5 and UKTV/Dave. The quality of our content has led to a number of prestigious awards from Bafta UK, RTS, the Broadcast Digital Awards, Bafta Cymru Wales, the Celtic Media Festival, Rose D’Or, New York Festivals, and the Wales International Documentary Festival.
Our factual, scripted and factual entertainment productions for Boom Cymru, Boom and Boom Kids are characterised by our commitment to exceptional storytelling and the highest production values. Boom Cymru is dedicated to producing the finest quality output for Welsh broadcasters whilst the Boom division focuses on compelling content for the UK’s network broadcasters and international markets. We are also proud producers of innovative and award-winning multi-platform social content. As one of the largest producers of children’s content in the UK, Boom Kids’ expertise creates content for viewers from pre-school to 13 years. The division produces the majority of S4C’s pre-school and children’s programming and employs over 50 full-time staff.
Boom’s headquarters in Cardiff Bay’s Gloworks is home to two fully operational HD studios, a live gallery, leading Welsh post-production facility Gorilla and motion graphics company Gorilla VFX. A sister post-production facility is based in Bristol.Find out more
Find out more about Happy Prince
Happy Prince is a new drama label launched in 2020 by award-winning producer Dominic Treadwell-Collins. Placing the viewer squarely at the centre of all that they do, the label’s ambition is to tell quality authentic, intelligent and heartfelt stories that emotionally resonate with a broad audience. Recent credits include; You & Me for ITVX, a, fresh, original and quintessentially modern love story; Holding for ITV, the critically acclaimed adaptation of Graham Norton's bestselling novel of the same name; and Jilly Coopers RIVALS for Disney+ the iconic literary series packed full of wit, drama, romantic entanglements, and unforgettable characters. The story is set against the backdrop of the exploits, excess, and shocking antics of the power-grabbing social elite of 1980s England.Find out more
Find out more about ITV Studios Continuing Drama
ITV Continuing Drama
ITV Continuing Drama is responsible for Coronation Street and Emmerdale, 2 of the world’s longest-running, most popular continuing drama series, which are enjoyed by millions of viewers in the UK and around the world. Our hard-working teams in Manchester and Leeds, UK are committed to writing, producing and acting explosive storylines that audiences love to watch, as proved by impressive ratings every week.Find out more
Find out more about ITV Studios Daytime
ITV Studios Daytime
ITV Studios Daytime creates over seven and a half hours of live TV every day. That’s around 1,700 hours or 1,000 episodes a year. With programmes on air from 6am until 1.30pm, 52 weeks a year - there’s a constant buzz!
The ITV Studios Daytime includes Good Morning Britain, Lorraine, This Morning and Loose Women. We also produce John and Lisa's Weekend Kitchen along with a number of other one-off factual entertainment documentaries, so we have a very varied slate of programmes.
The Daytime market is highly competitive and vitally important for both ITV Studios and our network. All of this wouldn’t be possible without our extremely talented and dedicated teams.
Find out more about Lifted Entertainment
Lifted Entertainment produces 600 hours of original programming a year. It produces some of the biggest and most popular (and BAFTA Award winning) shows in the UK. With offices in both London and Manchester, they produce a range of genres from big entertainment shows, popular reality through to long running quizzes. Their output includes successful International formats such as Love Island (ITV2), I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (ITV1) and Dancing on Ice (ITV1) as well as one of the most popular family entertainment shows in Saturday Night Takeaway (ITV1), all of which are produced out of the London office. In Manchester, the team produce some of the best known and long running quizzes on UK television - Countdown for Channel 4 and University Challenge for BBC 2 along with powerhouse entertainment shows such as The Voice UK and Britain Get Singing (ITV1).
And last but not least, the Label produces some of the biggest events in the TV calendar The Royal Variety Performance (ITV1) and The British Soap Awards (ITV1).
Find out more about MultiStory Media
MultiStory Media (previously Shiver), make innovative shows that capture the heart of the nation. Led by Tim Carter, with Ana De Moraes as Group Creative Director, they have offices in London, Manchester and Cardiff, and produce content across a broad range of genres: Current Affairs, Entertainment, Politics, Factual Entertainment and Documentaries. Their shows speak for themselves: Tonight is the nation’s most watched Current Affairs series, Martin Lewis ‘the most trusted man in Britain’, the ‘Up series has been voted the “greatest-ever achievement in documentary film-making’, and Come Dine With Me is one of the world’s most prolific factual entertainment formats with over 14,000 episodes produced around the globe.Find out more
Find out more about Monumental television
Monumental Television was launched in 2015 by Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe and BAFTA-winning producers Alison Owen (SUFFRAGETTE, THE OTHER BOLEYN GIRL, JANE EYRE, TEMPLE GRANDIN, SMALL ISLAND, ELIZABETH, SAVING MR. BANKS) and Debra Hayward (CATS, BRIDGET JONES’S BABY, MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, LES MISÉRABLES).
Monumental Television credits include three series of Hulu’s critically acclaimed HARLOTS, starring Samantha Morton, Lesley Manville, Jessica Brown Findlay and Liv Tyler, and four series of the BBC ONE hit comedy GHOSTS, with a fifth series on its way. CBS has picked up the US version for a third series, while the second season is currently the highest rating comedy on air.
Hayward and Owen also served as Executive Producers on WILL (TNT) and three seasons of the award-winning ANNE WITH AN E (Netflix), Emmy award-winning writer Moira Walley- Beckea’s adaptation of the children’s classic Anne of Green Gables.
Owen and Hayward are currently in production on BACK TO BLACK, a theatrical movie about the making of the iconic album by Amy Winehouse, Dan Levy’s GOOD GRIEF for Netflix and Kay Cannon’s MY EX FRIENDS WEDDING for MGM.
Crime series MURDER IN PROVENCE, starring Roger Allam, Nancy Carroll and Keala Seale aired on Britbox and ITV in 2022, and Monumental is currently in production on MARYLAND for ITVX, starring Suranne Jones, Eve Best and Stockard Channing, MRS SIDHU INVESTIGATES starring Meera Syal for Acorn, and SANCTUARY for AMC.
Find out more about Noho Film and Television
Noho Film and Television
Noho Film and TV is an independent television drama and film production company set up in 2012 by Robert Wulff-Cochrane and Camilla Campbell who are joint Managing Directors.
Recent productions include The Windsors for Channel 4 and Tell Me Everything for ITVX.
Until 2011 they headed up the drama department at Channel 4 where they commissioned, among others, Misfits, Any Human Heart, Fresh Meat, Top Boy, Cast Offs, Skins and This Is England 86 and 88.Find out more
Find out more about Oxford Scientific Films
Oxford Scientific Films
OSF (Oxford Scientific Films) is a small company with a BIG reputation. Founded in 1968 and based in London, OSF is a leading producer of factual content for broadcasters around the world. For over 50 years, OSF has built a strong international reputation for producing a broad range of high quality, innovative factual television from blue-chip landmark natural history to specialist factual and premium documentary content. Our reputation for awe-inspiring cinematography and innovative storytelling has earned us global respect and an enviable collection of awards including Primetime EMMYS, BAFTAs, RTS and Wildscreen Pandas including the coveted Golden Panda. OSF’s recent portfolio includes Secrets of the Elephants for Disney+, Hidden Lives of Pets for Netflix and Murder in the Pacific for BBC.Find out more
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Find out more about Potato
Potato, founded by Managing Director Michael Kelpie in 2013, brings together many of the UK's most experienced producers and directors to create and produce engaging, entertaining and award-winning content across multiple genres, broadcasters and platforms in the UK and around the world. With a proven success in promoting diversity and inclusion both in front of and behind the camera, Potato has offices in London & Manchester and produces 350+ hours of channel-defining content each year. Productions include The Chase, Beat The Chasers, Autopsy: The Last Hours Of..., Ant Middleton: Straight Talking, Ninja Warrior UK, The Big Reunion, Four Weddings and many, many more...Find out more
Find out more about Rollercoaster Television
Founded by award-winning creators and producers James Fox and Dom Waugh, Rollercoaster is creating the next generation of global entertainment formats – talent contests, big money quiz and game shows and high-concept reality competitions.Find out more
Find out more about Silverprint Pictures
Silverprint Pictures' slate is eclectic and diverse, working with brand new voices as well as established writers and talent, across the scripted genres. We are proud of our critically acclaimed productions on British TV and around the world. Our new generation of development is vibrant, emotional and thought-provoking; stories to connect with, to entertain, to amuse and to be moved by.
Find out more about SO Television
Founded in 2000 by Graham Norton alongside his business partner Graham Stuart So Television creates the best in entertainment across multiple genres. From talk shows to comedy and factual entertainment to children’s programming, So brings an irreverent, innovative perspective to the ITV studios family, both in television and radio. The company’s incredible portfolio includes the award-winning Graham Norton Show, now in its 31st season for the BBC, the John Bishop Show and Jennifer Saunders Memory Lane for ITV, Blind Date for Five, as well as The Sarah Millican Show, Sorry I’ve Got No Head, Idris Elba meets Paul McCartney and Billie Eilish Up Close.Find out more
Find out more about Tall Story Pictures
Tall Story Pictures
Founded in 2016, Tall Story Pictures produces drama for UK and international broadcasters. Our ethos is simple - place the writer's vision at the centre of every story, and engage and entertain audiences with exceptional storytelling. Productions include Daragh Carville's award-winning returning hit series The Bay, the hugely successful adaptations of Peter James' Grace novels and RTS winner Redemption, alongside Mike Bartlett's Sticks & Stones and Trauma, Kate Brooke's Bancroft and iconic period drama Home Fires.Find out more
Find out more about The Garden
The Garden is one of the UK’s leading production companies, known for producing high-quality factual television at scale, and for award-winning documentaries and innovative formats. Based in London, Leeds and Manchester, it makes programmes for broadcasters in the UK, the US and around the world, and has had its work broadcast in over a hundred territories. Since it was founded in 2010, the Garden has produced more than 400 hours of memorable and ground-breaking television, including the double-BAFTA nominated and RTS Award-winning 24 Hours in A&E, BAFTA-nominated 24 Hours in Police Custody, BAFTA-winning Bedlam and Gun No 6, the hit BBC2 series Inside Claridge’s, BAFTA-nominated The Audience, BAFTA-nominated Operation Live, BAFTA-nominated Keeping Britain Alive, BBC4’s pioneering ‘Slow TV’ films, Cancer Research UK’s award-winning ‘Right Now’ campaign, Squid Game: The Challenge (a co-production with Studio Lambert) and the first UK series of Alone.Find out more
Find out more about Two Four
Two Four is a leading UK-based television production company with a rich history and a bright future. Emmy and BAFTA award-winning and twice voted UK’s Production Company of the Year. Our alchemy lies in the strong relationship between our editorial and our production management teams and gives us our reputation for making impossible ideas a reality. We produce shows all over the world, working on complex productions with large teams or keeping it small, simple and nimble if the story needs it. From brilliantly told documentaries to must-watch reality formats, adrenalised adventure to large scale entertainment series, our shows have heart, humour and originality. Ultimately we pride ourselves on two things – the quality of the shows we make and the relationships we build with everyone we work with – on and off screen. We constantly strive to be a fair and inclusive company, as we know the individuality and breadth of everyone who works for and with us makes the company better.Find out more
Find out more about World Productions
Founded in 1990, World Productions has produced over 450 hours of critically-acclaimed, award-winning drama for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, HBO, Netflix, Amazon & Sky. CEO & Creative Director Simon Heath joined in 1997 and has led the company since 2006. World has offices in London, Glasgow & Cardiff.
Over the last decade World has blazed a trail of gripping, talk-about, contemporary TV that combines human stories with high stakes drama and authenticity. Launched in 2012, the multi-award winning, critically acclaimed Line of Duty enthralled the nation becoming the most watched TV drama of the 21st century. The show was quickly followed by the BAFTA, Golden Globe and Emmy nominated Bodyguard in 2018, and 2021’s most watched drama, Vigil, which won the International Emmy for Best Drama Series in 2022.
World Productions has twice been awarded Independent Production Company of the Year at the Broadcast Awards (where it was described as a “bonafide hit factory”) and Best Independent Production Company at the Edinburgh Television Festival Awards.Find out more